- The Port Authority of Valencia (PAV) will have an exhibition space at the stand of Puertos del Estado at the event to be held in Fort Lauderdale (USA)
- The Port of Valencia is characterised as a multi-shipping company, medium-sized destination with a clear vocation for environmental and social sustainability
- Mar Chao, head of Commercial and Business Development, and Francesca Antonelli, head of Cruises and Marketing, will maintain an intense agenda of meetings with the main agents and tour operators
Valencia The Port Authority of Valencia (PAV) will present at the Seatrade Cruise Global fair, one of the main world events linked to the cruise industry, its offer based on unique experiences and new excursions adapted to the needs of cruise passengers who dock at the Valencian precinct to enjoy Valencia and its province. Valenciaport will have an exhibition space in the stand of Puertos del Estado in this event that will take place in Fort Lauderdale in the state of Florida (USA), between 27 and 30 March.
The heads of the PAV, Mar Chao, Head of Commercial and Business Development, and Francesca Antonelli, Head of Marketing and Brand Management, will maintain an intense agenda of meetings to promote once again this year the infrastructures, services and the offer of experiences, and to intensify relations with the main tour operators and shipping companies in the world. These meetings will be extended throughout the parallel events that will be held that week, such as the action organised by the Cruise Lines of the World Association (CLIA).
The Port of Valencia is a multi-shipping company and medium-sized venue in the cruise sector that has positioned itself as a place for specialised shipping companies, both for family audiences arriving on large cruise ships, as well as those aimed at premium visitors who dock at its docks on small vessels.
During the cruise industry’s main trade fair, Valenciaport will highlight its collaboration with the municipalities of the province, together with the Valencia Provincial Council, with the aim of decentralising traffic beyond the city of Valencia and ensuring that more towns and cities benefit from the economic impact of the cruise sector.
Valenciaport will promote its differentiated offer, which includes a wide range of urban and rural activities, with new alternatives for lovers of the outdoors, sport and hiking. An offer that adds to the gastronomic, cultural, wine, musical or historical experiences.